ASEPAAmerican Samoa Environmental Protection Agency
ASEPAAmerican Society of Endocrine Physician Assistants
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Zarine Mogal, President EAP and member of ASEPA welcomed the guests and participants.
Protecting human health and reducing leptospirosis through implementation of ASEPAs Piggery Compliance Program; Educating farmers on proper pesticide application techniques, and eliminate illegal importation and use of unregistered/foreign pesticides; Protecting coastal waters, coral reefs and indigenous biota through water quality monitoring and beach monitoring to ensure American Samoa has clean beaches for swimming and fishing; Conducting outreach and education to American Samoas schools and communities, including the Keep American Samoa Beautiful (KASB) Campaign and American Samoas Anti-Litter Program; Cleaning up and supporting the development of formerly contaminated sites; and Inspecting underground and above-ground fuel storage tanks.
Additionally, for the first time ASEPA will also receive $292,000 in 2015-2016 Wetlands Program Development Grants to conduct water quality monitoring and assess the health of watersheds and their adjacent coral reefs.